Marco Haber

Marco Haber (right) with Stefan Kuntz

Marco Haber ( born September 21, 1971 in Green City ) is a former German football player. Since June 2009 he has been working as an employee in the team management of the 1st FC Kaiserslautern, previously Haber was sports director at FSV Oggersheim.


Marco Haber played in his youth when TV Kindenheim and VfR Frankenthal, before he was committed from 1 FC Kaiserslautern. There he made ​​his debut at age 18 in the Bundesliga team, and was 19 years old already a regular player, as FCK 1991 German champion.

In 1995 he left the Red Devils, for whom he played 139 Bundesliga games, and moved on to league rivals VfB Stuttgart, where he won the DFB-Pokal in 1997.

In the same year, he played his only two international matches against Belgium ( 2-1) and South Africa ( 0-0).

After three years at VfB he moved to the Canary Islands to UD Las Palmas before it a year later promoted Bundesliga SpVgg Unterhaching joined and again was two years starting players. After relegation in 2001 he tried his luck at Hansa Rostock, but could not prevail there.

Then Marco Haber played in the first division of Cyprus, initially at Omonia Nicosia from 2004 to 2006, Anorthosis Famagusta and from 2006 to 2007 Nea Salamis Famagusta.

For the 2007/08 season, he returned to Germany and hired at FSV Oggersheim, who was previously ascended into the then third-rate Regionalliga Süd. He also finished his career as a player.

Balance sheet as a player


Since 2010, Marco Haber committed to Show Racism the Red Card - Germany eV In April he took part in a workshop of the education initiative and told the pupils about his own experiences with racism and discrimination.